Exhibition
Exhibition

The Neasham Remembers Exhibition took place on 5-11 November 2018 to mark the centenary of the Armistice which marked the end of the Great War. Images, text and additional information about the items in the exhibition can be viewed below.

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The Contribution of Women
The Contribution of Women

The role of women during the Great War was invaluable. They willing took on many tasks normally undertaken by men.

How We Remember
How We Remember

Remembrance takes many forms.

Somme En Masse Art Project
Somme En Masse Art Project

This is one of the many projects organised by the National Memorial Arboretum to involve families in the commemorations of The Great War

Cemeteries
Cemeteries

From the grand to the modest, war cemeteries are to be found all over Northern France.

The past is a foreign country...
The past is a foreign country...

...they do things differently there

The Butte de Warlencourt
The Butte de Warlencourt

The Butte de Warlencourt on the Somme. 

The Crater at Lochnagar
The Crater at Lochnagar

On 1 July 1916 a huge explosion was triggered to signal the start of the Battle of the Somme

Naval Service Memorial
Naval Service Memorial

The National Memorial Arboretum contains many beautiful memorials to those lost in all conflicts, as well recognising other services to communities

Iconic Images
Iconic Images

Seeing the three crosses on display in Durham Cathedral was one of the inspirations behind the photographs displayed in the Exhibition, 'Neasham Remembers'. Those crosses were erected at the Butte de Warlencourt in 1917, returning home in 1927.

Hurworth School VIsit
Hurworth School VIsit

Year 6 Pupils from Hurworth School visited the Exhibition